Patek Philippe Drops Limited Edition Tiffany Blue 5711 Nautilus
Celebrating a 170 partnership, Patek Philippe and Tiffany & Co. have combined for an extremely limited edition 5711 Nautilus. The recently discontinued timepiece is back again to commemorate the long-standing relationship between the two luxury brands.
The alliance between Charles Lewis Tiffany and Antoine Norbert de Patek came about in 1851 when Tiffany became the first official partner for Patek Philippe timepieces in America. This relationship was further cemented when a new agreement was signed in 1876, with both companies benefiting greatly. To signify the respect between both brands, Tiffany’s flagship Fifth Avenue store is where the first US Patek boutique was opened in 2008.
The 5711/1A-018 is limited to just 170 pieces and features a special Tiffany blue dial. The automatic self-winding caliber 26-330 S C is housed in a 40 mm case with a dial double stamped with the exclusive “Tiffany & Co.” signature at 6 o’clock and the iconic Patek Philippe logo at 12 o’clock. The luminous hour markers and hands are in blackened 18K white gold while the see-through sapphire crystal caseback is engraved with “170th Anniversary 1851-2021 Tiffany & Co.” and “Patek Philippe.”
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The Tiffany 5711 follows on from a green version that was released in April and was meant to be the final edition of this model. That niffty watch retailed for $34,893 USD, with the new 5711/1A-018 Tiffany edition set to go for a cool $52,635 USD.
If keen, the watches will be available via Tiffanys New York, Beverly Hills, and San Francisco boutiques, with one piece being auctioned through Phillips on December 11.
Patek Philippe 5711/1A-018 Tiffany Edition
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